Bench bag fillings ???

murphy

Active Member
Just brought a set of front and rear bench bags, what's the best thing to fill them with I've been told to use dry play pit sand, others say cat litter. Whats best
murph
 

Steff

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iv never had any problems ,and rice is not heavier than sand for the same cc . have you see a 10kg bag of rice the equivalent in sand is around 25kg
Sand, yes, this is what I have used in the past. Until I got fed up with lugging those heavy bags around. Even though my bags were tight I have seen many leaking, and this is a complete mess with sand.
Poly pellets are light, don‘t soak up moisture and are as stable as can be.
 

Steff

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i used this sort of stuff..... heavy and gives a nice solid feel to the bag and wont spoil

Why use the heavy stuff? Get a flat and stable bottom on the rear bag and you could stuff it with cotton wads. 8AE2BA9F-BD8C-43F4-AABB-1C2E97312D43.jpeg
 

StephenToast

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i used this sort of stuff..... heavy and gives a nice solid feel to the bag and wont spoil

I used this after seeing another post that recommended it.

Brilliant stuff. Doesn't matter if it gets wet. Doesn't go off, heavy and forms well.
 

willie_gunn

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Buckwheat husk - use it for my photography bean bags.

 
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